Ravens agree to terms with CB Kyle Fuller

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The Baltimore Ravens secondary struggled mightily during the 2021 season due to a combination of factors. Injury, subpar play and inconsistency plagued the unit, but Baltimore has taken the 2022 offseason to shore up their group and secure talented players at both cornerback and safety.

On Tuesday, it was announced that the Ravens signed former Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos cornerback Kyle Fuller. The veteran has had his fair share of success at the NFL level, and adds to what has turned into a very deep and very impressive unit.

In seven NFL seasons, Fuller has recorded 441 total tackles, 19 interceptions and four forced fumbles. He has the versatility to play both on the outside and in the slot, which will be welcome in new defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald’s defense.